Friday, March 09, 2012

The Man Behind The Emails

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Paul Thomasson is the man who has been writing personal email to those who signed the R-71 petitions 2 years ago.

Who is he and what is his goal beyond the obvious?

Paul Thomasson is a homosexual activist and Boeing employee.

So far he has sent out more than 1600 emails to people who signed R-71. I wrote a blog Monday in which I shared that people were receiving emails and shared one from him.

This week we have learned that he intends to contact everyone whose name is legible, who signed a R-71 petition. All 121,757 names on the database--- before June 6. He's, of course, asking you not to sign R-74 or any other petition that would deny the redefinition of marriage.

KOMO News reports that he has heard back from 47 of the 1600 he has contacted so far. And, of course, KOMO reports on the most favorable responses.

He is posting every response on his website and now with KOMO reporting on it, more people will be directed to the site.

I would suggest you not respond to him, however if you do, please know that your comments and probably your name will be further publicized to his readers.

KOMO proudly reports, "Thomasson 's campaign may actually be working."

From what I'm seeing on the I-1192 petition reports, his efforts don't seem to be working at all. The response is terrific. I am certain it will be on R-74 as well.

Most of his emails that I have seen are the same with a little variation. He touts his military service, but fails to say he was removed from the military over issues with the "Don't ask, Don't Tell" policy. He was one of the first cases to challenge the Constitution on the matter.

He was also one of the first to sign up for domestic partnerships. He also appears on most of the LGBT activist lists.

While he presents himself as the "guy next door," he is a hard core homosexual activist.

He has the right, under law, to do what he is doing.

You have the right to know about it, ignore it and remain vigilant.

This is an historic moment for marriage and the family in Washington State and the country.

Thank you for standing with us as we, together, stand for marriage.

Your support is deeply needed and appreciated.

If you have not signed up to circulate petitions, please do so here.

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Active. Be Blessed.